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In 2019, Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta (ISI Yogyakarta) will be honored as the host of the 1st International Conference on Intermedia Arts and Creative Technology (CREATIVEARTS) which will invite practitioners of artists, lecturers, researchers, observers and students in the field of intermedia arts and creative technology to jointly present the results of their thoughts at a conference entitled: "Creative 4.0: Defining Arts and Creative Creation in Digital World". The conference will be held in The Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta, Indonesia on July 3 – 5, 2019.

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Keynote Speakers

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Eduard Gröller
TU Wien Institute of Computer Graphics and Algorithms, Austria

Eduard Gröller is a professor at the Institute of Computer Graphics and Algorithms (ICGA), Vienna University of Technology. In 1993 he received his PhD from the same university. His research interests include computer graphics, visualization and visual computing.
Eduard Gröller is heading the visualization group at ICGA since 1995. The group performs basic and applied research projects in all areas of visualization. He is a scientific proponent and Key Researcher of the VRVis Research Center. The center performs applied research on visual computing topics like visualization, rendering, and visual analysis. 

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Karan Singh
University of Toronto, Canada

Karan Singh is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Toronto. He co-directs a globally reputed graphics and HCI lab, DGP, has over 100 peer-reviewed publications, and has supervised over 40 MS/PhD theses. His research interests lie in interactive graphics, spanning art and visual perception, geometric design and fabrication, character animation and anatomy, and interaction techniques for mobile, Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR). He has been a technical lead for the Oscar award winning software Maya and was the R&D Director for the 2004 Oscar winning animated short Ryan. He has co-founded multiple companies including Arcestra (architectural design), JALI (facial animation), and JanusVR (Virtual Reality).

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Susanne Radtke
Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Susanne Radtke is a tenured Professor for Graphic and Media Design in the Digital Media program at Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Germany. She graduated in Visual Communications from Berlin University of the Arts and studied, among others, with renowned teachers from the School of Design Ulm (HfG), the successor of the Bauhaus in Germany. Her graduate degree was followed by her Master-Class Student Degree (Meisterschüler) under Prof. Herbert W. Kapitzki, former Head of Visual Communication at the HfG.  She is co-author of Textbook for Visual Media Design, 7th edition, which is required reading at many German design schools. She set up her graphic design office in 1987, and now has bases in Berlin and Ulm. 
She was involved for more than 20 years in vocational and extended design education, working in a related research project at Berlin’s Technical University and the Association of the Educational Department of Economy for Berlin and Brandenburg e.V. 

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Ruslan Abdul Rahim
Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

Ruslan Abdul Rahim is an Associate Professor and Dean in Faculty of Art & Design, UiTM, Shah Alam Selangor, Malaysia. He graduated in Diploma of Art & Design (Graphic Design) from UiTM. His master degree M.Sc. (Communication Design) was from Pratt Institute, USA and in 2000 he received his Ph.D. ( Web Interface Design) from University of Brighton, UK.
His research interests lie in Graphic Design, Visual Communication, Creative Thinking, and Visual Culture.

Conference Topic

The era of globalization and the fourth industrial revolution demands mixing and adaptation in all sectors of life, including in the arts and creative industries. New arts which are the result of mixing forms from various scientific fields call themselves the intermedia arts. This art emerged as an expression of millennial-era artists by utilizing the existence of technology and the presence of a digital world that was able to present the actualization of works which in the old era were seen as impossible to be possible. This phenomenon also raises the process of artistic creation in the digital domain with the help of technology in the creative process. The development of the art creation and the realization of intermedia arts enriched the definition of art which had previously only been confined to the real world, now starting to manifest itself in the digital world.

We invite practitioners of artists, lecturers, researchers, observers and students in the field of intermedia arts and creative technology to jointly present the results of their thoughts at a conference entitled: "Creative 4.0: Defining Arts and Creative Creation in Digital World". The list of topics and sub topics for the conference will include the followings and it will be helpful as guidance, and other topics pertinent to the theme are welcome:

RESEARCH / CREATION IN ARTS

• Computation art
• Installation art, robotic art, bio-art
• Music, music and technology
• Sound design, electroacoustic      music
• Sound art, soundscape
• Virtual Reality
• Augmented Reality
• Visualization
• Interactive Arts
• Digital Photography
• Motion Graphic

INTERACTIVE MEDIA APPLICATION

• Game Development
• Animation
• Computer Simulation
• Multimedia Application
• User Interface Technology
• Digital Technology for Creative    Industry

NEW TECHNOLOGY AND ARTS

• New Media and Internet
• Moving pictures: Cinema, Film,  Television, Video, Multimedia
• Design Technologies
• Spatial and architectonic arts
• The art of games and gaming
• Online Cultures, Social Networks  and the Arts
• Multimedia, mixed media and  multimodal arts
• The creative technology on  industries in a post-industrial or  knowledge society
• Digital media arts 

DIGITAL HUMANITIES

• Literary and linguistic text mining
• Algorithmic image analysis/ film  analysis
• TEI, XML, and other forms of  semantic markup
• Corpus query engines /  information retrieval for cultural  analytics
• Digital humanities, pedagogy, and  the college curriculum
• Corpus linguistics / Internet  linguistics
• Computational linguistics / Natural  language processing
• Computational social media  analysis
• Digital methods in the humanities,  arts, and social sciences
• Theories of digital humanities and  critical inquiry into the  quantification of humanities  research

ART TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY 

• Digital Preservation and Curation  on Arts
• Digital Art Conservation
• Geo-Spatial / GIS / digital cultural  mapping
• Art, Society and Social Media
• Art and Museum Technology
• Contemporary Digital Arts Practice
• Digital folkloristics /computation  for cultural heritage domains

MEDIA AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS IN DIGITAL WORLD

• Media Concepts, Theories and  Methods in Digital World
• Studies Involving Social Media
• Media Platform and Genre Studies  on Creative Technology
 Semiotic on Technology


IMPORTANT DATES

Registration Batch 1
(Early Bird)

Abstract Submission Deadline :
January 31st, 2019
Abstract Acceptance Notification:
February 7th, 2019
Full Paper Submission Deadline :
February 28th, 2019
Full Paper Acceptance Notification:
March 18th, 2019
Payment and Registration :
March 18th – 31st, 2019
Camera-Ready Paper Deadline:
March 31st, 2019

Registration Batch 2
(Regular)

Abstract Submission EXTENDED Deadline :
May 15th, 2019
Abstract Acceptance EXTENDED Notification:
May 18th, 2019
Full Paper Submission Deadline :
May 31st, 2019
Full Paper Acceptance Notification:
June 14th, 2019
Payment and Registration :
June 15th – 30th, 2019
Camera-Ready Paper Deadline:
June 30th, 2019

The Day of Event

Oral Presentation:
July 3-4, 2019
City Tour:*)
July 5, 2019                                              

*) with additional fee Rp.500.000(domestic/Indonesia participants) or $50(international participants)                        

Conference Fee for Paper Registration and Publication

All accepted, registered, and presented paper will be published in conference proceeding and indexed on Google Scholar with DOI on our online repository.

The qualified paper will be indexed on Scopus with additional policy depend on the publication format.

The 10 best paper will be granted an opportunity to publish on our national accredited journal (Resital and Journal of Urban Society's Arts/JUSA)

Batch 1 (Early Bird)
Domestic/Indonesia
Student: Rp. 2.000.000
Professional: Rp. 2.500.000

International
Student: $200
Professional: $250

Batch 2 (Regular)
Domestic/Indonesia
Student: Rp. 3.000.000
Professional: Rp. 3.500.000

International
Student: $300
Professional: $350

Participant(non-paper)
Domestic/Indonesia: Rp. 700.000
International: $70

City Tour
Domestic/Indonesia : Rp. 500.000
International: $50

Payment:
Account Number: 0794181388
Beneficiary’s Name: The Annual Symposium of Arts
Bank Name: BNI KCU Yogyakarta, Jl. Trikora No.1 Yogyakarta
Swift Code: BNINIDJAXXX

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Address

International Affairs Unit               
Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta
Jl. Parangtritis Km. 6,5 Sewon, 
Bantul, D.I. Yogyakarta
Indonesia

Contacts

Email: creativearts@isi.ac.id          
Phone: +62 856 2543431
              (S. Gandang Gunanto)      
Fax: +62 274 384108